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Toshiba BDX1100 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player, Black

by Toshiba

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  • Native 1080p/24fps
  • Bonus View and Profile 2.0 (BD Live) Ethernet connection
  • SD Card Slot
  • HDMI 1.3
  • Multi format playback: BD, BD-R, DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, VCD, MP3
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameToshiba
Item Weight1.8 pounds
Product Dimensions9.1 x 14.2 x 1.8 inches
Item model numberBDX1100
Color NameBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB0045DSA8C
Best Sellers Rank #60,749 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.8 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 1, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Toshiba
  • Model: BDX1100
  • Color Name: Black
  • Weight: 5.65 pounds
  • Warranty: 1 year parts and 90 days labor

Product Description

Toshiba BDX1100 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player

1080p Full HD playback, HDMI-CEC connectivity, and BD-Live support make the BDX1100 a great home theater choice where space is limited.

Features

  • Full HD 1080p/24 fps video output provides an amazing cinema experience in the comfort of your own home
  • BD-Live opens up a world of online features, with a convenient SD Card Slot for storing saved content
  • AVCHD Playback for HD playback of your home movies
  • HDMI-CEC connects the BDX1100 and your HDTV for convenient two-way control with one remote
  • Support for enhanced audio formats from Dolby® TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential deliver the high-definition audio that completes the Blu-ray experience

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    Set up was easy, and the quality is great.
    alimag84
    For the first few months it worked fine, and then after that it completely stopped.
    Dave from CA
    If you buy this junk, make sure you get a warranty.
    Christopher Keenan

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    180 of 183 people found the following review helpful By D. Serink on November 21, 2010
    As you are probably aware the price of Blue-ray players have really come down over the last year. The Toshiba BDX-1100 is an impressive entry level Blu-ray DVD Player with great performance and features not normally found on players in this price range.

    The Toshiba BDX-1100 is a stylish Blu-ray DVD Disc player which does everything you want a basic Blu-ray player to do. It plays the most popular video formats BD-ROM, DVD, BD-R, BD-RE, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD, CD-RW, AVCHD and CD-DA. It automatically Up Converts non 1080P formats to 1080P with good clarity. It provides support for MP3 audio playback in two channel stereo and has built in surround sound decoders for Dolby Digital, Dolby True HD and Dolby Digital plus, DTS and DTS HD.

    In addition to all the "Basics" the BDX-1100 has a built in SD Card Reader/Writer/Viewer which will allow you to view AVCHD, digital camera movie files and digital camera picture files easily on your TV making your TV an entertainment HUB for not only DVD's and Blu-rays but pictures and Home-made movies too.

    The Toshiba BDX1100 does not support 3D (three dimension video decoding) or WMA (Windows Media Audio Files), and while it does have an ethernet jack for extra content found on BD-Live Discs, it does not support video streaming services such as NetFlix, Wi-Fi or Wireless Streaming.

    Lastly the processor in the Toshiba DBX-1100 is slower than that found on higher models. Blu-ray DVD's with lots of java script on them can be slow to initially load. We found our PS3 loaded the same blu-ray DVD's quicker than the Toshiba BDX-1100.

    Summary:
    The Toshiba BDX-1100 is a great entry level blu-ray DVD player with full 1080P support and up converstion, SD memory card slot and HDMI 1.3 output.
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    58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By JT Anderso on November 18, 2010
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    Our spare room DVD player finally had seen its last day. As we slowly start to build a collection of Blu-Ray disks it only made sense to replace it with a Blu-Ray player. Since our old player was a high end product "Cyberhome", wink, wink, I went on the search for a similar low cost unit. I had my reservations when I saw this unit for the price but the mfr. has usally demontrated quality and it certainly is a step above that of "Cyberhome". We decided to buy the unit and hooked it up via HDMI, of course. Wow! is all we could say. At first hook up the player prompts you through a few set-up questions and your set! Simple and easy. The picture was fantastic and the unit has worked better than my expectations. The remote isn't to bad either
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    39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By SL55AMG on December 4, 2010
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    I bought this unit during the week of Black Friday deals at Amazon as our older blu-ray player is an early first generation that is very slow when it comes to loading discs.

    At first, the the Toshiba seemed like an improvement as it would load much faster than our old unit. I started playing some of the new blu rays that I also purchased about the same time and started running into issues. The unit would freeze for no apparent reason part way into a movie or when accessing the menu while playing a movie. When I say it froze, I mean it completely froze the unit. None of the remote buttons (open, close, power, etc.) would work. None of the front panel buttons would work. You would have to physically unplug the unit to get it to start up again. I thought it might just be a particular blu ray or two but it has had this problem repeatedly on different discs including Smokin' Aces, Battlestar Galactica season 2 and 3, Star Trek (the new one), and others. The more I tried to use the player, the more problems I had. Sometimes controls would not respond on the remote. I tried the same controls on the front panel and they did not work as well so I concluded it was not a remote control issue.

    I did some research to try and see if this was a common problem and, apparently for some other Toshiba models, other people have had similar issues with no firmware, software, or other solutions. I checked Toshiba's website as well to see if there was a software or firmware upgrade for this particular model. There is none available at this time. I am just glad I ran into these issues before the return period was up. I am now doing a little more reseach to find a different model to replace our old unit, which at least works, and am going to pony up a little bit more to get a player that will work properly.
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By adamspeaks87 on November 28, 2010
    Bought on Black Friday from Best Buy when it was on sale so I was already excited about that. Set up a 32" Vizio LCD with it and was plug and play. The setup wizard Toshiba initially starts up with was kind of annoying, but was easy to get through.

    Was ready to use in 2 minutes. Popped in a DVD and came up fine. Didn't have a chance to try it out with a blu ray yet, but least to say, I already bought 2 (another as a gift!)
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By alimag84 on November 29, 2010
    I waited in line at Best Buy for 6 hours for this blu ray player and I must say it was worth it! Set up was easy, and the quality is great. The sound is fantastic!
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    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Bustillo on December 2, 2010
    Like some others, I purchased this item at Best Buy when it was a Black Friday doorbuster. Here are my early impressions:

    The overall build quality seems very good indeed for a sub-$100 Blu-ray player. It has a nice form factor and does not appear cheap in any way. It looks like something that would have cost $200 a year and a half ago, and it probably would have.

    It comes with a fairly easy to use though somewhat cheap looking remote and is very easy to configure. It upscales DVDs as one would expect these days and does a reasonable job. It can also play a wide variety of other disc formats, and has a memory card slot so that people can look at photos they took on digital cameras, though frankly I suspect 95% of consumers will never use those features.

    As others have noted, one flaw is that it does take some time to load Blu-rays. My spouse actually thought something was wrong a few times when she was using it on her own, when in fact it was just taking its usual time to start the movie.

    Another flaw, which should be obvious to anyone doing research but is worth noting for the uninitiated, is that this player has no wireless capabilities. It has an ethernet port which can presumably be used to access special content from BD Live enabled discs, but it cannot stream movies from services such as Netflix.

    This was not an issue for me as I have other ways of streaming to this television, but it is something consumers will want to consider as they decide whether to buy this or a slightly more expensive player with wireless functionality.

    All in all, so far it seems like a good, solid entry-level player with decent picture quality and all the basic features one would want to just watch movie discs. People interested in more fully featured players that can stream content will obviously need to go elsewhere and spend $20 to $40 more.
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